Do Unto Others As You Would Have Them Do Unto YouOf course I believe in forgiveness. Don't you want to be forgiven if you make a mistake? Now this doesn't mean that you forget. You shouldn't forget when someone hurts you. But you learn from it and grow. Of course there are some things that are harder to forgive than others. I mean, if someone killed a father's child or his wife, I think it would be hard to forgive. But I know one thing. That same father can get behind the wheel after having a few rounds at the bar to drink his sorrows away and cause the same thing to happen. Wouldn't he want to be forgiven? We all want to be forgiven no matter what our mistakes are. It's our ability to see that none of us are perfect and that whatever mistakes someone makes, we can do it too.
UpOnDaRoof 36-40, M 2 Responses 1 Aug 17, 2012